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Growing Tomatoes:       From Seeds to Slices with Chris Szot

March 24th from 2-4pm

All are welcome, advance registration required.

$15, includes all materials & seeds. ($10 for members)  Call or stop in to sign up!


Next board meeting:

Wednesday, March 21

6 pm at the Co-op

116 South Suffolk Street, Ironwood MI 49938

Phone: 906-932-3547


Monday - Saturday 10 - 6


Northwind Natural Foods Co-op is the only grocery store in downtown Ironwood. 

Our focus is on whole, natural & organic foods.                                           

We are not-for-profit and cooperatively owned by our 200+ members. However, you do not need to  be a member to shop here.

All are welcome!



We carry produce, rice, beans, grains, flour, nuts, dried fruit, spices, bread, milk, local eggs, cheese, meat, local fish, tofu, frozen foods, veggie burgers, ice cream, ethnic rarities, eco-friendly housewares, natural beauty products, and a huge selection of vitamins and supplements.  See our groceries page for some of the brands we carry.



Eleanor Bolich, General Manager

Cathy Flory, Clerk 2

Kirstin Mullineaux, Clerk



Jackie Powers, President

Hannah Panci, Secretary

Deb Muskett, Vice President

Laura Scotford-Fedora, Treasurer

The board usually meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month, at 6:00 pm at the Iron County Courthouse. Exceptions will be noted above. All members are welcome.


The fee to join the cooperative is $25. One membership is good for a whole household. Members receive Healthy Advantage specials, Northwind Natural Foods Co-op member specials, discounts on special orders, working member discounts of 5% for 3 hours of service/month and 10% for 6 hours of service/month, invitation to General Membership Meetings and ability to vote on Co-op matters, discounts on Co-op classes, and a quarterly newsletter.



Cooperatives derive their strength from the active participation of their members. Participating in the Working Member program at Northwind Natural Foods Co-op has many benefits.  Learn new skills, make friends, and save money!

Working Member tasks include (but are not limited to):

Graphic Design - flyers, brochures, and newsletters

Community Outreach - representing the Co-op at various community events

Educational Classes or In-store Demonstrations - cooking, health and wellness, and more!

Have a talent or skill not listed?  Talk to us and we’ll find a way to put your enthusiasm to work! We are happy to create volunteer opportunities based on individual schedules as well.

Volunteer Perks:

Just 3 hours of donated time to the Co-op gets you 5% off on your purchases.

Donate 6 hours and get 10% off.

Serve as a board member and get 10% off.

Please contact the Outreach Committee for more information and to start your working member adventure! 

Full Working Member Policy & Application

organic onions, beans, packaged

Mission Statement


1. To provide a marketing and purchasing outlet for primarily natural, organic, unprocessed foods and related items at a minimum price, on a nonprofit basis.


2. To educate and promote to the community healthy lifestyles, wellness and a whole foods diet emphasizing natural, organic, and unprocessed foods.


3. To educate the community to the benefits and potentials of our cooperative and cooperatives in general and to cooperate with other cooperatives.

Last update 27 August 2017